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Suzanne (Lindenblatt) Gilad is a theater producer with two shows currently on Broadway (“Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812,” starring Josh Groban, and “Significant Other”) and an off-Broadway production (“Cagney”). Health-analytics entrepreneur Allen Kamer joined the board of directors of Treato, a leading source of consumer insights in health care. He has nearly 25 years of health-care experience, primarily devoted to commercializing innovative health-care solutions. Allen co-founded Humedica, a population health and analytics company that was sold to United­Health in 2013. Following the acquisition, he served as the chief commercial officer at Optum Analytics. Chad Miller was elected partner at KPMG. As a principal and associate general counsel, he works in the firm’s Washington, D.C., office, where he focuses on state and local government contracting. Jeremy Schulman was named president and CEO of the Rockland Economic Development Corp., a not-for-profit that aims to promote the economy in Rockland County, New York. Jeremy credits his time at Brandeis for his first foray into economic development via a self-initiated internship at Waltham’s Office of Downtown Revitalization. He enjoys being a professional mentor himself through the Hiatt Career Center. Living in New Rochelle with his wife and two daughters, Jeremy was thrilled to sing and act alongside them as he channeled the Bible’s most famous economic planner, playing Joseph in a Pelham Jewish Center production.
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